The US DOJ and 12 State AGs start landmark court case against Big Tech firm for exclusionary agreements in search and search advertising markets (Google)

Justice Department Sues Monopolist Google For Violating Antitrust Laws* Department Files Complaint Against Google to Restore Competition in Search and Search Advertising Markets Today, the Department of Justice — along with eleven state Attorneys General — filed a civil antitrust lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to stop Google from unlawfully maintaining monopolies through anticompetitive and exclusionary practices in the search and search advertising markets and to remedy the competitive harms. The participating state Attorneys General offices represent Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, South Carolina, and Texas. “Today, millions of Americans rely on the Internet and online platforms for their daily

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US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DOJ and 12 State AGs start landmark court case against Big Tech firm for exclusionary agreements in search and search advertising markets (Google), 20 October 2020, e-Competitions November 2020 - II, Art. N° 97347

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